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Newington Quarry restoration on track for easy access public viewing improvements

Monday 29th January 2018

Mineral extraction at the Newington Quarries complex in Bassetlaw, owned by Hanson UK, is due to cease in early 2019. Following a period of restoration, a 26 year management and aftercare of habitats plan comes into force.

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Wildlife Trust left counting the cost of vandalism at flagship Idle Valley Nature Reserve

Tuesday 23rd January 2018

Staff and volunteers at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust have been left angry and frustrated following two incidents of vandalism where 22 specially planted cricket bat willows have been snapped off.

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Carbon Neutral Couriers become Wildlife Guardian and helps a charity minimise own CO2 emissions

Wednesday 17th January 2018

Heartening news that in Nottingham there are already globally recognised environmental leaders in the city to inspire others.

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Nottingham for Nature campaign 2017/2018

Thursday 11th January 2018

Since Autumn 2017 Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trusts youth team ‘Keeping it Wild’ have been working with conservation professionals and artists to investigate the state of nature in Nottingham and create a creative campaign to raise awareness about conservation and influence political decision makers.

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The last Hedgehogs in Nottingham?

Wednesday 10th January 2018

As few as 47% of people in Nottingham saw a hedgehog in the last year, compared to 77% in 2015, a survey has found.

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